10 edition of Privacy lost found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-311) and index.
|Statement||David H. Holtzman ; foreword by Evan Bayh.|
|LC Classifications||JC596 .H64 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 326 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||2006022977|
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Holtzman--a master technologist, internet pioneer, security analyst, and former military codebreaker--presents a comprehensive insider's expose of the world of invasive technology, who's using it, and how our privacy is at risk/5.
The disturbing actuality of up to date life is that technology has laid naked the personal information of most individuals's lives. E mail, cellular phone calls, and particular person buying habits are not secret.
What is privacy. Most Americans struggle when asked to define privacy. More than 6, MSNBC readers tried to do it in our survey. The nearest thing to consensus was this sentiment, appropriately. While other books in the field focus on specific aspects of privacy or how to avoid invasions, David H.
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At the time, however, Brandeis’ concern was tabloid journalism rather than Internet cookies, surveillance cameras, no-fly lists and Amazon book suggestions. As privacy threats multiply. The disturbing reality of contemporary life is that technology has laid bare the private facts of most people's lives.
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For Britney Spears, Sandra Bullock, Princess Caroline of Monaco, and scores of other celebrities, fame more often than not comes at a price – the loss of one’s privacy. This is the bottom slider area. You can edit this text and also insert any element here.
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In most cases, $50 does not cover the replacement cost. Replacing a lost book is not as simple as buying another copy and putting a call number label on the spine. A majority of U.S. adults (57%) say they follow privacy news very closely (11%) or somewhat closely (46%). There are some differences by age on some privacy issues: People in different age groups have varying views on some key privacy and surveillance issues.
Americans ages 65 and older are less likely than those ages 18 to 29 to feel they have Author: Brooke Auxier.In an age when privacy seems elusive, everyone is experiencing some pressure or threat to privacy.
As social workers, we are often responsible to .lost our privacy, or simply abandoned it. Many privacy-shattering things have happened to us, some with our cooperation and some not. As a result, the sense of personal privacy is very different today than it was two decades ago.
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